Cover image for Exercise a video from the National Institute on Aging.
Exercise a video from the National Institute on Aging.
Richards, Margaret.
Publication Information:
[United States] : National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, [2001]
Physical Description:
1 videocassette (48 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in + 1 book (80 pages : illustrations ; 22 x 28 cm)
General Note:
On video: 6 min. introduction, 42 min. of stretching, balance, and strength-building exercises.

Title of the book: Exercise, a guide from the National Institute on Aging.

On book: Publication no. NIH 01-4258, revised June 2001.
Added Author:
Format :
Video Cassette


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GV482.6 .E847 2001V Adult Media Kit Non-Fiction Area-Oversize

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This urban dystopia is set in a futuristic South Africa where having one's cell phone disconnected is tantamount to exile and holding a corporate job is the only way to avoid becoming a "Rural" or worse. Bio-engineered dogs and remote-controlled electrocution help the government maintain control. Beukes writes from the perspectives of four main characters; one of which, Toby, is a reality-show blogger whose coat is both camera and screen, while another, Kendra, is an artist who has rediscovered the film camera. While Kendra has herself injected with new nanotechnology in exchange for becoming a corporate brand sponsor, her friends are hacking computerized billboards and scamming online game companies. But Beukes' novel is more than "standard anti-corp" protesting youth, it's reminiscent of Gibson, Stephenson or Doctorow-at times, predictably so. Nevertheless it's a good ride, even with some awkward futuristic slang and a few too many cliffhanger chapters. (Oct.) Copyright 2009 Reed Business Information.